Rita Ora shot a new make-up campaign for Rimmel today (08.10.13) after announcing that she was teaming up with them last month.
Rita Ora shot a new make-up campaign for Rimmel today (08.10.13).
The 'How We Do' hitmaker announced she was teaming up with cosmetic brand last month and now the two sides have come together and filmed her first ads after the pop star was given a full make-over with some of the new products from her line.
Sharing a picture from the shoot on on Instagram, she captioned it writing: ''#getthelondonlook @rimmellondonuk were coming for you! (sic).''
The 22-year-old singer looked super cool in high-waisted shorts, cute court shoes and a brown leather jacket, which brought out the burst of colour splashed across her face, including bright red lips and bold eyes.
The sexy snap was made even more eye-catching by the typical London black cab and bright green backdrop.
Rita's new collection is set for release in February next year and will focus on nail polish and lipstick.
She wrote on Twitter last month: ''The whole worlds wear Red lipstick! #myMission @rimmellondonuk #yeeeeaaaaahhhhbaby. (sic)''
Not much else is known about the collaboration at this time, but the collection follows in the footsteps of fellow singer Rihanna, who launched a best-selling make-up line with Mac earlier this year.
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